Piedraluna Hotel

Address: 15 calle 10-62 zona 10, Guatemala City, Western Highlands, 01010, Guatemala | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 15 calle 10-62 zona 10, Guatemala City, is near Atitlan Nature Reserve, Lake Atitlan, Iximche, and Hotel Atitlan Gardens.
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      ... couple of spiders floating around which keep me on edge, but I've got Mel on hand to deal with them, and its good we don't have to share with anyone else. The host mother, Nivia, doesn't speak a word of English. She cooks us all our meals, and sits with us at the table, the idea being that we practice our Espanol with her while we eat. The first few nights were pretty quiet, just the sound of our forks scraping the plates as we all sat there in silence not being able to communicate. ...

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